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Dean of Dartmouth Tuck Focuses on 115-Year Old...

Matthew Slaughter says, “The biggest thing we are focused on is articulating a fresher vision of where Tuck will be in the future. We need to think how in a world of MOOCs and other ways of transmitting knowledge what is the...

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Innovation Navigation

Andrew King talks about his research on Clayton Christensen’s theory of Disruptive Innovation. King says, “I think what happened is, the idea is so attractive that we want to apply it everywhere. And sadly the academic...

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Why You Can Have Too Much of a...

Sydney Finkelstein notes that what worked in the past may not always be the best approach in the future.

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Necessary Toughness

Sydney Finkelstein says a leader's ability to compartmentalize mistakes is one important aspect of the mental toughness.

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2015 Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts

Highlights Gail Goodman T'87, co-founder and CEO of Constant Contact, for being recognized by The Globe Magazine and The Commonwealth Institute as a leader at one of the top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts.

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GraduatePrograms.com Ranks Tuck No. 1 for Value

Vijay Govindarajan says, “Ultimately, Tuck really transforms our students in very fundamental ways. Anyone who goes through the Tuck experience at the end of it their life is changed for the better. It is a phenomenal,...

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6 Amazing Technologies – and When You Can Expect Them

An article written by Hans Brechbuhl highlighting a Forum report, Deep Shift: Technology Tipping Points and Societal Impact, that gives predicted dates on when emerging technology will be available.

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‘Disruptive Innovation’ Theory Comes Under Scrutiny

Quotes Andrew King who co-authored a recent article about the theory of disruptive innovation—the theory that innovators with cheap solutions to a vexing market problem can unseat larger, more established rivals.

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A Life: Fred Carleton Jr., 1930-2015; ‘In An...

A tribute to Fred Carleton Jr. T'54. “He was so optimistic. He always gave everyone the benefit of the doubt, which I think in an age of pessimism made him such a breath of fresh air,” his son Ted Carleton said.

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Sydney Finkelstein of Dartmouth College on the DFS...

Sydney Finkelstein discusses the Massachusetts gaming commission's investigation into the possible regulation of fantasy sports games.

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The 25 Business Schools that Offer the Best Value

Highlights a survey performed by GraduatePrograms.com that ranked Tuck as the business school that offers the best value.

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Entrepreneurship: Teaching risk-taking

Matthew Slaughter points out that only a handful of students will start a company upon graduation, most graduates will start off in a corporate environment to pay off debt and gain experience.

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